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Sorrento

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I used AdGuard for Windows, (lifetime) lately I've had issues with it to the degree so I've been using extensions instead - I've used Adblocker Ultimate for Windows & I really like it & will likely but it when the trial expires, we are all different. I can't really say why & it's not political but this program really sits well with me - I'm fortunate in being British & have a faultless past & if we wanted a country we asked nicely & they always said yes! Hence we had the largest empire ever - Lot to apologise for I think.
 

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pxxb1

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Used the free trial, really disappointed, what a pity, i hoped to get a free license by translating it.
It missed to block a lot, some it blocked so much that the sites did not work. Went back to the problem free and very competent Ublock Origin.
 

JoeN

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Used the free trial, really disappointed, what a pity, i hoped to get a free license by translating it.
It missed to block a lot, some it blocked so much that the sites did not work. Went back to the problem free and very competent Ublock Origin.
Please provide examples of these websites, I'd love to check them out...
 

CyberDevil

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Of course, I don't want to upset you but I'm fluent in Russian (in addition to Slovak and Hebrew) and AdGuard almost always was looking for employees (developers) only in Russia and in Moscow office with very rare exceptions. On the English site they can write anything, but here are their open vacancies on the Russian site Вакансии компании AdGuard - работа в Москве - and they do not even offer remote work, only in the office :) And having a registration in Cyprus is the most popular way in Russia to avoid taxes, and nowadays even try to pretend that you are not from Russia.

I'm not suggesting that you should refuse to use AdGuard, I'm just giving information on the actual state of things.
 
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ForgottenSeer 97327

Thanks for the links. I don't speak Russian but Google translate helps.

In the Netherlands there are 5 to 6 vacancies for every working 1000 FTE (people employed for 40 hours a week = full time equivalent in NL). In the IT sector this number is 10 times that high, so 5 to 6 vacancies for every 100 people employed. On the link Cyberdevil provided, there are 8 job vacancies for AdGuard''s Moscow office (see picture below). Considering they have 120 employees, this would indicate a 6.6% vacancy ratio. Six to seven job vacancies for an IT company with 120 employees reflects a healthy (double digit) growing company. So it makes sense that most (or all) of AdGuard's employees are working in Russia (this background check supports CyberDevil's claim)

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Also the Cyprus story is true, Russians could even buy EU-passports (Cyprus) when they had enough money until EU made Cyprus block that option.

Mhh this changes my opinion on AdGuard a bit. Yes they have a Cyprus office, but the reasons behind is probably tax related. (n)
 
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